Most Nigerians do not want Obi,Atiku tells Obasanjo.

In a letter that was sent on Sunday morning, Obasanjo backed Obi to run for president in the election that will take place in February 2023.

The spokesperson for the Atiku Presidential Campaign, Kola Ologbondiyan, responded to this on Sunday by saying that Obasanjo's endorsement does not reflect the aspirations of the majority of Nigerians.

The campaign for Atiku has stated that Obi does not have the necessary amount of experience, and they have also stated that the PDP candidate has the most experience of all of the contenders.

 It expressed confidence that the PDP's presidential candidate will receive the support and election of the majority of Nigerians.

According to the former National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, former President Olusegun Obasanjo is entitled to his own personal opinion, which remains individualistic and cannot redirect Nigerians from their determination to vote for Atiku to rescue and rebuild Nigeria from the alleged misrule of the All Progressives Congress, APC. 

Obasanjo is entitled to his own personal opinion, which remains individualistic and cannot redirect Nigerians from their determination to vote for Atiku to rescue and rebuild Nigeria.

In light of the urgent problems that are confronting the nation, which call for a tried and tested leader, he was taken aback by the fact that the previous President had endorsed Obi, who lacked any experience in government at the national level.

The following is an excerpt from the statement: "In any event, Chief Obasanjo's opinion cannot sway Nigerians who can easily remember how he endorsed President Muhammadu Buhari, whose administration, he (Obasanjo) now describes as "stressful years for many Nigerians," during which our nation "moved from frying pan to fire and from mountain top to the valley.""

It is therefore extremely difficult for Nigerians, especially the youth demographic, to accept Chief Obasanjo's opinion as the solution to the myriad of challenges facing the nation today because the last candidate he introduced, in his estimation, failed Nigerians. "

It is therefore extremely difficult for Nigerians to accept  Obasanjo's opinion as the solution to the myriad of challenges facing the nation today.

Atiku remains the most widely accepted candidate, whose choice is not predicated by sectional, tribal, ethnic, or religious sentiments or the endorsement of any individual, high or low. 

Rather, the choice is predicated by the record of ability and performance, authentic vision, honesty, and character; physical and mental capacity; the very indices set by the previous President.

It is instructive to state that every claim by former President Obasanjo on the success of his administration is a reflection of the performance of Atiku

Even though it is obvious that when Atiku becomes president, Nigeria will be rescued from its "current sullen state," Ologbondiyan argued that it is a disservice for the former President to make subjective suggestions. He said this because it is clear that Atiku will become president.

The campaign organisation for Atiku asked Nigerians not to be sidetracked by subjective viewpoints, but rather to keep their attention fixed on the determination to save the nation by voting for the candidate who has previously served as Vice President.

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